In the past, students could only get education in a traditional classroom, but mobile learning allowed students to access classrooms via devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Students can access the learning process at any time and from anywhere by downloading assignments and uploading completed homework. Mobile learning is beginning to sweep the world, and education is growing at a rapid pace.
New educational technologies:
New learning curricula emerged as a result of the introduction of applications in the education sector.
Learning anytime, anywhere:
Educators can interact with their students online, offer tests, and provide other resources for them. Students are more involved in the learning process when they are asked to perform independently and on their terms.
Creating information for students to access later is also an excellent alternative to wasting time on the internet. Using additional resources within the learning boundaries helps students stay focused on their learning goals outside of the classroom and, in many cases, improves their performance when they return to the traditional classroom.